Friday, October 20, 2017

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The Power of Memories

Millennial Travel Program There are experiences in each of our lives that leave an imprint forever. Feelings evoked by sounds, adventures, and sights. For the...

Get to know our Indigenous Canadians

Canada’s 150th is cause for celebration. In this issue, above&beyond Magazine celebrates Canada’s sesquicentennial with a glimpse of some of the projects Canada’s northerners...

Picturing Arctic Modernity

The North Baffin Drawing Collection The transformations that gripped the lives of Inuit during the mid 1960s live on in the memories of northerners today....

Nunavik Parks

A sustainable tourism network Since the early 1990s, large areas of unspoiled landscapes in northern Québec have been protected to acknowledge the importance of nature...

Enroute to the Arctic Circle

NWT themed highway routes Some of the best memories are made while sitting around the campfire, exploring new trails, catching a fish or dipping...

Surviving and thriving in the Arctic with Traditional Practices

Do you know how many different ways you can use a rock in the Arctic? This was one of many questions that the Government...

Ni’iinlii Njik Territorial Park

Where grizzlies and salmon play Text and photos by Peter Mather Fifteen hundred miles upriver from the Pacific Ocean and sitting dead centre on the Arctic...

Arctic voyage – Awe-inspiring landscapes, wildlife and history

Text and photos by Dave Sandford In the summer of 2016, I was photographer in residence aboard One Ocean Expeditions ship. I met most of...

Faces of the Franklin Expedition – From skulls and bones to flesh and faces

Text and photos by Diana P. Trepkov Who are these crew members from the Lost Franklin Expedition? I had a very calm feeling working on members...

Bearable Encounters – In harmony with Canada’s nanuq

Text and photos by Alan G. Luke & Jacquie D. Durand One of the reasons the New York Times selected Canada as the #1 choice...